Scope and Contents: This collection contains 39 unnumbered leaves of vascular plant watercolors. Some of the watercolors seem to be unfinished.
Content Description: The Edward Echtman papers consist of correspondence, documents, speeches, pamphlets, and printed material related to in industrialization and growth of Israel, primarily after World War II. Echtman was interested economic development and trade between Israel and the international community. Many of the papers are in foreign languages including Hebrew, German, Polish, Yiddish, and French.
Overview: Edward Waldo Forbes (1873-1969), an American art historian, was the director of the William Hayes Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University from 1909 to 1944. The collection consists of ten letters written to and from Edward W. Forbes from 1923 to 1946 with his nephew William H. Forbes, his niece Margaret Forbes Schroeder, and M. Gertrude Huckins. The letters refer chiefly to personal and family matters.
Overview: The Edward Denny & Co. collection contains a daybook, 1866-1869, of Edward Denny and Company, a wool factory in Barre Plains, Massachusetts. George Mixter was interested in this business. Kimball & Co. were selling agents.
FOUND IN: Houghton LibraryCollection Identifier: MS Typ 1271
Overview: Etchings and printed ephemera by and about American author and artist, Edward Gorey.
Overview: The Edward C. Bursk papers spans the years 1942 to 1974 and document Professor Bursk's time as a faculty member at Harvard Business School and his work as editor of the Harvard Business Review.
Overview: Edward Holyoke (1689-1769) was the ninth president of Harvard College, serving for thirty-two years from 1737 to 1769. This artificial collection, dated 1721-circa 1780s, consists of an astronomy notebook and sermons written by Holyoke, a drinking tube fashioned from his watch case, a letter to Holyoke from his friend Benjamin Dearborn, and a letter to a proprietor of the Second Church of Marblehead, Massachusetts, from Overseer William Dudley related to Holyoke’s election as president of...
Overview: This collection consists of seven black and white platinum prints taken by Edward Russell Cogswell, Jr., on September 18, 1897, from the top of the chimney of the old power house at the intersection of Boylston Street (now John F. Kennedy Street) and Memorial Drive in Cambridge, Mass. The photographs are aerial views of Harvard Square, Cambridge, Allston and the Charles River.
Overview: Typewritten research notes drawn from interviews and from decisions of the Massachusetts Public Utilities Commission. The notes are arranged by topics, by company or agency name, and by a numerical system used by Morehouse.